Exploring Disneyland with Your Toddler or Baby

The first time I went to Disneyland with my family my oldest daughter was in a toddler. I remember it being a pain to push around. My personal advice is make sure you have lots of water and lots of wipes. Stay on the look out for grumpy parents who aren’t paying attention to what is going on.  If you rent a stroller from Disneyland keep in mind that they all look alike. Be sure to be aware of which one is yours.

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Simmworks Family Blog: Disneyland with Infants and Toddlers

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After being asked a few times for tips and tricks to visiting Disneyland with an infant and toddler I thought I’d finally just write everything down in a post. My husband and I have been annual passholders since before we were

Best Disneyland Rides for Toddlers – EverythingMouse

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Disneyland and your toddler – Take from plr, but still a really good article 🙂

If you are visiting Disneyland in California with a toddler there are so many rides and attractions to make them (and you) happy. Disneyland is a magical place for anyone, but especially for the 5 and under set. They do present

As a parent, you already know that you don’t want to have to carry your child around in your arms all day. You couldn’t possibly make it through the day!  You also can’t expect your child to walk all day long. The obvious choice is to have a way to transport your child – without wearing you or the child completely
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Strollers are not only welcome at Disneyland, they are highly recommended. In fact, Disneyland rents  strollers for a reasonable fee. Strollers can be rented for less than $10 for the day, and you can get a huge discount on a second stroller if it is needed. The strollers are clean and well-maintained, but they do all look alike. Tie something on the stroller, such as a brightly colored ribbon, to help

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Baby transport (Photo credit: Tore Vesterby)

identify it from all of the other strollers in the park.

Never leave your child unattended in the stroller, and never leave any material items of any value in the stroller either. Even if you bring your own stroller, you should have some easy way to identify it – there will be other strollers that look just like it at Disneyland.

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